Winners of Toronto Indie Shorts

Toronto Indie Shorts focuses on independent arthouse short films of all genres and all artists working on short films from all over the globe.


The festival was created by a team of Canadian directors, producers, critics and film scholars from north of Toronto. The mission of the festival is to recognize and promote short films through the online monthly editions of Toronto Indie Shorts. It is with great pleasure for Toronto Film Magazine to share the latest winners of Toronto Indie Shorts.





Best Indie Short & Best Comedy:

Deployed

Directors: Kate Robertson Pryor, David M. Weiss


Best Director & Best Cinematography:

Pap's Manifesto

Directors: Chris Danuser, Casey Clark


Best Documentary:

Countdown to Year Zero

Director Jane Velez-Mitchell


Honorable Mention Documentary:

Alaska Long Hunters

Director: Mark Rose


Best Unproduced Script:

Heavy Hitter

Writer: Liesel Galletly


Best Producer:

"My Train Leaves Tomorrow at 7 O'Clock"

Director: Konstantin Pivovar


Honorable Mention Indie Short & Best Short Film Actor:

Heel

Director: Maggie Levin


Best Short Film Actress:

Black Coffee

Starring: Charlotte Williams


Honorable Mention Comedy:

The Affair

Director: Victor Leonidis


Best Horror:

Thank You For Staying

Director: Ty Clancey


Best Indie Series:

By a Thread

Director Richy Ivy


Best Indie Music Video:

Wish We Were Older

Director: Patrick Shannon


Best Experimental:

Spectrum

Director: Fred Neuen


Best Experimental Animation:

UnderSee

Directors: Margie Kelk, Lynne Slater


Honorable Mention Experimental:

Abandoned?

Director: Kostiantyn Mishchenko


Best Student Film:

Jackalby

Director: Travis Patten


Best Canadian Student Film:

Room Service

Director: Junyeong Kim


Best Youth Actor:

Jacob C. Schultz

Solitaire


Best Youth Actress:

Julia Orff

The Dirty Hands Man


Best Composer/Music in Film:

Babylon: Ghetto, Renaissance, and Modern Oblivion

Jessica Gould